Seeing such a diverse cast on stage is a refreshing thing to see, especially at Ithaca College — a predominantly white institution.
The second floor of the First Unitarian Church transformed into an art gallery Saturday, featuring artwork from queer and trans people of color (QTPOC) from around the country.
On this episode of “The Brown Girl Chronicles” host Sobeida rosa talks about the importance and significance of hair with Danaya Dews, an Ithaca College sophomore and founder of the on campus student organization Curls & Coils.
This is the kind of allyship that I think we all should try to emulate. When white allyship is discussed, the problem of “white saviors” also tends to surface.
I am parent who is struggling to pay for this college and have my young adult child come home on break to yell and scream at my wife and myself about unfairness on our part …
Following rallies about the racial climate on campus, Ithaca College will hold an event titled “Addressing Community Action on Racism and Cultural Bias,” which aims to list possible actions about this issue that could be undertaken immediately.